We’ve poked around New York fashion week a bit in past years, but have never seen anything particularly green. This year’s Fashion Week, however, is shaping up to be very exciting indeed. Not only are there several green fashion shows and green fashion events about town, but many of them are being put on by super chic, cutting edge designers – finally proving that sustainable style doesn’t have to be about hemp dresses and Birkenstocks. We’re looking forward to Linda Loudermilk & Organic, but the most exciting show on our agenda this year is SANS, the NYC label that wowed us recently with their innovative, avant-garde take on eco-friendly fashion. Keep it tuned to Inhabitat throughout the weekend and next week for up-to-the-minute green fashion week coverage.


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  1. Alla Moda February 5, 2007 at 9:17 am

    Hello again.
    The web address associated with Pibiones is not working.
    here is the correct link: or press here Pibiones

  2. Abe Lincoln February 2, 2007 at 1:23 am

    Why is there an arm hole in the side of her dress? It may be eco-friendly but it’s still silly to wear something that purposely and unnecessarily hinders mobility.
    Merely further evidence that “fashion” is a largely useless industry.

  3. kalu February 1, 2007 at 4:19 pm

    Would you like me to send you news on whats green during Copenhagen fashion week?

  4. Alla Moda February 1, 2007 at 8:13 am

    The luxury fashion industry is returning to the idea of craftsmanship and individuality. Luxury accessories and handbags are becoming eco-conscious work of art to be different.
    Trade fairs and exhibition dedicated to the eco-trend are booming with visitors.
    I have few handbag designers to suggest:

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